In what has become routine, Donald Trump decided to vent his frustrations on social media. As part of his morning Twitter attacks, the president went after the Democratic Party over their stance on immigration reform.

Trump on Dems

The hottest political topic currently being debate in Washington, D.C. is over the future of immigration reform. The issue has long been a hot topic among Republicans and Democrats who have been unable to get on the same page for years. With the election of Donald Trump, many wondered what progress, if any, would be made, especially considering the president's hard-line stance .

From the day he kicked off his campaign for president, Trump insulted illegal immigrants from Mexico by claiming they were "rapists' and "murderers." Since then, Trump has proposed potential mass deportation and a border wall fully funded by Mexico. Over the last week, Trump has come under fire for remarks he reportedly made about immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and countries in Africa by calling them a "sh*thole." In his latest round of tweets on January 16, Trump spoke out even further.

Taking to Twitter on Tuesday morning, Donald Trump made it clear that he is putting the blame of inaction on immigration on the doorstep of the Democratic Party.

Trump tweeted that the country "must" have increased security for immigration, while also doubling down on his desire for a border wall.

"The Democrats want to shut down the Government over Amnesty for all and Border Security," Donald Trump added in a follow-up tweet, before stating that the Democratic Party will cause the military to be the "biggest loser."

Trump on Russia

In a follow-up tweet, Donald Trump turned his attention to an attack on the mainstream media over the current Russian investigation.

Trump targeted the "fake news" media for allegedly ignoring the positive aspects of the economy, tweeting that they'd rather focus on negative scandals and drama rather than anything that reflects well on the administration. "The Russian Collusion Hoax is dead, except as it pertains to the Democrats," he concluded.

Twitter reacts

As expected, critics of the president didn't hold back in their opposition to Donald Trump's tweets on immigration and the Russian investigation.

Moving forward

While Donald Trump continues to blame the media and Democrats for much of his problems, the majority of the American people are not happy with where the country is headed under his presidency. In the most recent round of polling, Trump's approval rating is hovering around just 35 percent, and is showing no signs of improving at any point in the near future.